Several SSEAC members have seen the fruits of their research put into print in recent months, with a string of new books related to Southeast Asia either published or forthcoming.
Ranging across subjects, disciplines and countries, these new publications showcase the breadth of expertise and insight among our academic members, with subjects ranging from electoral campaigning in Indonesia to the legal landscape in Malaysia, the impact of oil palm plantations, histories of trauma, and underwater maritime heritage.
A range of these newly published gems are collated below. Listeners of our SSEAC Stories podcast will recognise some familiar themes and authors here, with many of these research areas serving as the basis for rich discussion over recent months.
Let’s dive in!